Please write your views on what is happening and on what should be happening with the street dogs in Romania. Please post to the following e-mail address any piece of information you have on the implementation of the Basescu programme in Bucharest or on other animal abuses in Romania. The purpose of this site is not to induce damage, but to make things better.
Sunteti invitati sa trimiteti orice comentariu referitor la ce se intampla cu cainii de pe strada in Romania. Sunteti, de asemenea, rugati sa scrieti la adresa de mai jos orice informatie suplimentara aveti despre implementarea efectiva a programului Basescu, sau despre orice alte abuzuri asupra animalelor petrecute in Romania. Scopul acestui site nu este sa provoace daune, ci sa imbunatateasca situatia.
You can also ask European Union leaders to make use of their influence to stop the attrocities:
The low capacity of the Romanians to handle in a civilized manner the problems of orphan and handicapped children and that of the gipsies minority is a major weakness identified and monitored by the European Union for the plans of Romania to join the Union. The way Romanian authorities treat the dogs is a clear indication of their capacity to treat properly the weak and defendless ones.
<<The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.>>
(statesman and philosopher)
Other useful addresses:
Florin Luican, the Prefect of Bucharest:
fax no. 40 1 3122533
Ilie Sarbu, Minister of Agriculture:
fax no. 40 1 3134766
Viorel Andronie, Director, Animal Health Directorate, Ministry of Agriculture:
fax no: 40 1 3147198.
It is useless now to write directly to Mr. Basescu, the Mayor of Bucharest at firstname.lastname@example.org . You can write to Petre Roman, the President of the Democratic Party, whose member this "dog liquidator" mayor is: email@example.com
It is more useful to write to
Ion Iliescu, the President of Romania, at:
Adrian Nastase, the Romanian Prime Minister at:
PDSR (The Party of Social Democracy from Romania), the ruling party, that also has the majority of seats in the General Council of Bucharest and the office of the Prefect of Bucharest, so the power to stop the Mayor from his criminal plan, at:
The main opposion political parties, that are also motivated to put political pressure on Mr. Basescu:
and PNL, at:
Romanian National Tourist Office in New York:
Major Romanian newspapers, TV stations and Radio stations: